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Experts fear spike of COVID-19 cases after the holidays
"More than 350,000 deaths due to the Corona virus. But CBS transportation reporter Kris Van Cleave has numbers from the T S. A that are revealing for the holiday travel period. Winding down the T S a once again saw a pandemic high for the number of people screamed at airports nationwide on Sunday. Agency reports. More than 1.3 million people were screened two checkpoints. And while that's down about 45% from the equivalent Sunday in pre pandemic 2020, That's the best numbers the airlines have seen since March. 16th More than 16.7 million people went through airport checkpoints since December. 18th health officials worry now that while a covert search might continue following holiday travel spikes
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"Trying to save the iconic Mount Wilson Observatory Back in Oregon. The threat remains everywhere and patience is wearing thin. I'm sick of that man ready to get this stuff out If I have to read, Evacuate again, man, I'm moving out of state. That is CBS correspondent Jonathan Big Liani. A congressional investigation is handing down some strong criticism this morning of Boeing and the FAA, and it's long and detailed probe into the deadly 7 37 MAX crashes. The report from the House Transportation Committee is a stinging indictment of bowing and includes some new details that show Boeing engineers and pilots. Knew there were potential issues years before the crash is sewing engineers and test pilots raised concerns about the flight control system at the centre of both 7 37. Max crashes years before an entered passenger service that, according to a scathing 246 page report by the House Transportation Committee, it heavily criticized Boeing and the FAA for the development and certification of the airplane. Boeing airliner experienced to deadly crashes, killing 346 people in his remained grounded for over a year. At CBS transportation correspondent Chris Van Cleve up ahead after traffic and weather will meet the caps new head coach It's 8 37 I'm Daniel gave the story of my life has been one of forks in the road. I was a national merit scholar who chose to go to West Point because I wanted to serve our country. I made the decision to lead my men.
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"Degrees, but staying closer to 80 along the lakefront than partly cloudy skies this evening, staying warm with a low of around 70 degrees. CBS News covers the world next. Thiss Is CBS News on the hour? Your home for original reporting. Vicki Barker in London, cheered in the shadow of Mount Rushmore and American President sees enemies within for the eyes. Americans declare again as we did 244 years ago. Way will not be tyrannized. We will not He demeans, and we will not be intimidated by bad evil people. The president declaring war on what he called a new far left fascism, making few references to the culvert pandemic. Even as more states allow crowds to gather this Independence Day weekend. Peter King in Orlando as beachgoers head to Florida Space Ghost, there are very few limits on them. Of our county commissioners have voted down a mandatory Facemash score, and they're not required on cocoa beach or anyplace else. Their beachside parking is open. Alcohol is still allowed in Cocoa Beach is mayor says they want groups limited to 10 people or less, he says. You don't like crowds don't go as college students return to campus. Some are bringing covered with them as CBS's Matt Piper report, More than 100 students letting in fraternity houses near the University of Washington campus have tested positive for Kobe 19. What's more, Hundreds of other results are pending. The students who all live in 15 front houses, started getting symptoms last weekend and alerted the school. More than 800 students have been tested since Monday in response to the Greek system outbreak, and the university expects to have an updated case count early next week. CBS transportation correspondent Chris Van Cleef knows many millions.
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"Toe where AH face covering. If you're thinking about canceling those summer travel plans, you're simply not alone. Airlines have started to see an increase in cancellations for the upcoming holiday weekend and a decline in bookings as we look out towards the middle and end of July That seems to mirror the increase in covert cases that CBS transportation correspondent Chris Van Cleve saying some people are now headed to the few parts of the country where the Kurd has flattened, But many others just canceling their plans. Altogether 50 for now, care lt would check your money. Stocks are mixed as the Market digest mixed news stocks initially rallied as an early trial of an experimental Corona virus vaccine from Fizer and Ion Tech showed it's safe and prompted patients to produce antibodies. But then stocks came off session highs after Arizona reported a record one day increase in Corona virus cases. Right now. The major indices are mixed. The Dow is down 16 points a 7 25,096 The SNP is up 16 about 1/2 of one per cent at 31 16 and the NASDAQ is up 86 points at 10,000 won 45. Treasuries and the dollar have traded lower, closely watched measure of manufacturing jumped in June to the highest in more than a year. Signaling the resumption of growth as pandemic related lockdowns ended West Texas Intermediate crude oil rose 1.2% to $39.79 a barrel. John Metaxas Bloomberg Radio. Pretty good problem on the Lewisville Lake Bridge right at the start of it is you come down south from the current Denton area. We get you caught up with this big issue, traffic and weather together on the AIDS. It's not. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably moved along. Ask if anybody noticed you, Mogollon. Tell people to stay off the lawn. Compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having to mow the lawn again. Good news is it's easy to mental home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance, which, of course, will go.
Miami airport to close terminal early as TSA screener absences rise
"Concern that the airport will not have enough workers to handle all the checkpoints, CBS transportation. Correspondent Kris van cleave. Says there also is worry that other airports may face growing problems, cedar ship remains very concerned about a potential tipping point moment when screeners will look elsewhere to pay their bills because you know, today, they gotta pay with zero dollars on it. And that could really make it a lot harder to Steph checkpoints. However, Kris van cleave also notes, the vast majority of TEFA TSA officers have been on the job throughout the shutdown working without pay the MTA could have money problems. If the federal government shutdown continues it receives around one hundred fifty million dollars in reimbursements every month from the federal transit administration. New York Senator Chuck Schumer has warned the MTA can last another four weeks. But after that,
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"Dispatched disturbance between him believe is his girlfriend by the manager here at the hotel a sheriff's deputy, escorted the suspect outside when he took off running turnaround and started shooting he hit the deputy once in the arm, and once in the lag the cop is now at university hospital, his family is there, and he's in a lot of pain Pantano says he's expected to make a complete recovery. His advice to people living near the scene and make sure you lock your doors. Dave Cohen w wwl. First news. The southern US is digging out again after a powerful winter storm now blamed for several deaths in North Carolina, and it's actually left hundreds of thousands without power canceled hundreds of flights and made for extremely dangerous driving from Oklahoma all the way to Virginia the western half of the state. Seemed to get it. The worst southern portions of the Virginia area and into northern sections of South Carolina. Some of these locales had much more ice than snow, and this is going to lead to hazardous conditions right through the morning CBS transportation correspondent Kris van cleave. Most Americans are not coming clean with their physicians w wwl's down aims tells us. A new study finds as many as four out of five Americans admit to lying to their doctors often fear or shame are at the root of the miscommunication. There are times that patients are embarrassed by describing certain behaviors to their doctor Dr Benjamin spring gate chief of community and population medicine with LSU health says it may be about smoking drinking diet or exercise patterns often. Patients don't want to admit that they disagree with your doctor or don't understand what the doctors told. Them. And so rather than have a difficult conversation. They either deny it or omit something from a conversation. Don aims WWL. First news checking Wall Street, and it looks like another rough day at least so far. It is the Dow is down four hundred thirty six NASDAQ is down fifty seven oil down a dollar at fifty one..
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"Saito died. I'm Larry, Richard. I'm John chamois. Good morning and thanks for being with us this morning. The seven thirty seven aircraft has been a workhorse of the flying world around the world for a very long time in the newest generation of that is the seven thirty-seven max there are two hundred and fifty of them worldwide in operation fifty are being flown by American carriers southwest American and United and it was a seven thirty seven max that crash with the lion. Air crew fighting the aircraft near Jakarta and taking a one hundred and eighty nine lives in the process. Joining us Senator disc institute, a Pittsburgh news on just outside our nation's capital Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr, Mark good morning. Good morning. Good to be with you guys. Mark. We wanted to have a conversation with you. Because. Obviously we're going into or into now the holiday travel season. And I don't want somebody going out and getting on a seven thirty seven max and realizing that's what they're on and thinking, oh my God. I'm on one of those planes. This is a new aircraft. It's less than a couple years old. They are very they're becoming very popular. It's a new engine. It's a new system. This is the fourth generation of the seven thirty seven. I believe it's a safe aircraft. Clearly it operates a tiny that differently than the seven thirty sevens. A prior to that, and it's a newer technology. And what we found that the technology that within this particular aircraft had a sensor problem and the censor had been replaced apparently not just once but twice but was still giving the same problems to the pilots. Other pilots had flown the aircraft and had been able to turn the system off and fly a safely in this particular case as soon as the airplane took off it began to show problems with the sensor. And this crew. Exactly the wrong thing they continued to fight with. They did not turn the system off and thereby continue to fly the airplane by. So the computer automated override was fighting with the actual pilots when they could have simply in potentially just turned the system off in over ride that manually exactly and that's part of the checklist system in an emergency situation where the is overriding. What the pilots are attempting to do. It's supposed to be a safety system. Preventing knows high stall. Yeah. And basically what it does is it brings the nose back down to prevent that stall. Now, the question is why would Boeing installed this on the seven thirty seven max and not make a very big deal about this the reports I'm hearing they really didn't tell anybody that it was there. Well in reality, it, it may have been in small print again, we are not seeing this kind of problem. At least any reports that I have in the United States bombing did put in its flight manual, what to do in case you encounter, something like this. Apparently the crew that in fact was flying the lion aircraft was not familiar with what to do when you encounter a problem like that. Well, fortunately for the rest of the fleet. Now, they know with the discovery of the black box that that was the issue, and that will be very important data to avoid this kind of tragedy in the future. Right. Absolutely. And it wouldn't surprise me that Boeing will work very very hard in order to find a system, which in fact, you would when it does demonstrate that. In fact, it is not working the way it is supposed to have an alternative that immediately clicks in without even the pilot, perhaps even having to do anything CBS Transportation Safety analyst and former head of the NSA or the NTSB about the NSA not different organization. Sorry. Almost gave you a different title. Thank you for your expertise. Absolutely good to be with you guys and good to have you Mark. Thank you very much on our disc institute, a Pittsburgh, Newsline, CBS and S A N T S. You know.
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"Point nine FM. Time to take a look at some of the stories that are making headlines around the world. US airlines are closely following the investigation into the crash of a passenger jet off Indonesia, the type of plane involved these new and it's used by several domestic airlines CBS transportation. Correspondent Kris van cleave explains. What happened lion air six ten took off from Jakarta's airport at six twenty a m it climbed then suddenly dropped roughly five hundred feet. Just minutes later the pilot requested permission to return to the airport before flying out over the job is see where the plane plummeted downward at four hundred miles an hour on Sunday, the same aircraft experienced a similar drop in altitude after taking off from Bali and was flagged for maintenance, which lion air says was completed one hundred eighty nine people were on board sanctions against Iran described as punishing take effect in less than a week CBS. Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer sat down with Iran's Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif to talk about anti-government protests by Iranians. Upset over the sanctions and the country's weak economy. He asked if the sanctions will make the protests worst, everybody believes that the impact of those sanctions have already affected the hoping that anyway because you have no idea how much share revenue may decrease next year. If Americans really play hardball and convinced the Chinese and Indians, not to buy your oil. You got a big problem on your hands? But I think the Americans have a bigger problem than that. If that will take place why? Because because then we will take a.
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"Air passenger flight from Jakarta to mantra has crashed into the sea. Indonesian officials say the plane lost contact thirteen minutes after takeoff. CBS transportation analyst Mark Rosen. Ker says the jet was a Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight s we'll be part of this investigation. The Indonesians will be leading it, but clearly the between Boeing and the United States and the Indonesian air services and their investigative bodies. We will find out what happened rescue team of three ships and a helicopter have gone to the crash site. Immigrant advocates are raising questions about why it's taking so long for some to get ship. More than seven hundred thousand are waiting for their citizenship. Applications to be approved that used to take about six months. But now it's more than two years manual pastor at the university of southern California says people are frustrated about not being able to participate in elections. They are excited about the national association of Latino elected officials and advocacy group is telling people who want to vote in two thousand twenty to apply for citizenship. Now, Alison keys CBS news. The Florida man accused of sending packages containing explosive material to prominent Democrats and other opponents of President Donald Trump is due to make his first court appearance. An initial hearing is set this afternoon in Florida federal court for fifty six year old Cesar who faces federal charges say was arrested Friday in Florida after investigators say they identified him through fingerprints and DNA evidence. There's another outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Africa. Hope officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo say children in the eastern part of the country are dying. From me Bola at an unprecedented rate. They blame poor sanitation clinics run by traditional healers in the city of Benny, for example, thirty of the victims are under ten years old and all but three have died. A spokeswoman says traditional healers use the same tools to treat everyone. So a child who goes in for malaria comes out with Bola and dies days later. Larry Miller CBS news. The federal government is investigating German automaker Mercedes-Benz alleging that it has been slow to mail safety. Recall notices and file required. Reports involving recalls of more than one point four million vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in documents that are review shows Mercedes exceeded time limits for mailing letters to owners or said he says in a statement that it makes every effort to ensure recall campaigns and customer notifications are done in a timely manner. New York's police Commissioner is apologize to a woman who says she came forward with the rape accusation in one thousand nine hundred four but was discredited. By police James O'Neill released a letter in which he offered the woman his heartfelt apology and told her the department let her down in almost every possible way at the time. She reported the attack a newspaper columnist wrote that police sources that the woman had made it up a DNA test disclosed earlier this year late demand already in prison with the attack though, he denies it. President Trump and first lady Melania Trump marked Halloween at the White House by handing out candy to kids at a festive and on the.
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"Drizzle right now going to sixty six overnight. We're learning more about that deadly limousine crash over the weekend in New York. They left twenty people dead. These Andrew Kramer spoke with CBS Transportation Safety analyst, Mark rose incur about the incident. Also, he is the former chairman of the National Transportation Safety board. First of all tell us about these new developments. Well, we have learned it as far that the driver of the limousine CDL, but it was not endorsed for passenger operations. So therefore he was out of compliance. And frankly, how do you have been stopped ahead of time? He would not have been allowed to drive. Also, we found that the vehicle itself was not roadworthy. It had not passed a safety inspection. And should not have been being used for commercial traffic. The fact that the limo failed inspection and the driver wasn't even licensed properly. What does that tell you about the actual the no company, which we now know his prestige limousine chauffeur service is clearly a sloppy organization one that was not. Asking to say if if an accident was going to happen. But basically just when it was going to happen. So now that we know of all these new developments where does this investigation go from here? Accidents are never one thing combination of events that come together. Clearly, these are two contributing factors. This driver who was not qualified to take passengers into a unroadworthy motor vehicle. Clearly, they're going to look at the design of the roadway. In fact, that played a role, and it wouldn't surprise me that it did do you have any advice for anyone planning to ride in a limo or party bus in the future? What they should keep in mind or maybe even some things they should look for right? When they get in the vehicle, you might want to try to find any testimonials about the quality of the drivers and the quality of the vehicles that they're riding in. If the weirdo isn't clean, the vehicle does not have safety about the driver does not seem to be one that should be behind the wheel. Pretty good signals that there's something wrong here. And Ford extended version of this story to the key NewsRadio website. At the broadcast center in spring garden, light drizzle, sixty nine degrees going to sixty six overnight KYW news time, ten forty one.
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"Than unbelted occupant in the vehicle is eight times more likely to die in a crash and often particularly an older limousine. Like, a two thousand one in this case isn't going to have some of the safety features that you would maybe find in the back seat of a standard sedan like side impact airbags that is CBS transportation. Correspondent Kris van cleave. Also, governor Cuomo is saying that the limo driver in that crash did not have the appropriate license and that the vehicle had failed inspection last month. And should not have been on the road. More coming up right here on. Twelve eighteen is a time. And it's time for traffic and weather together on the eighth and for Jim Feldman time is what you need. If you take metro north. We still have delays up to an hour on the Harlem line and earlier disabled train near the Williams bridge on the New Haven line up to fifty five minutes because of an earlier disabled train, your Fordham and also that same train at Fordham causing delays on the Danbury branch of about forty five minutes on New Jersey transit delays also continue both directions on the northeast corridor. It is up to fifteen minutes from an earlier disabled train at the Edison station. Big delays continue in Rockland county. Both directions of the New York state throughway by the Palisades Parkway, a crash northbound blocks at least one lane delays are back to the tap bridge. Southbound delays start right around exit fourteen b and they go all the way to the Palisades Parkway with lots of rubber necking there in Connecticut, you're slow to on the mayor Parkway through new Canaan, Connecticut turnpike, southbound through Stanford you're slow and that construction continues in Westport after exit seventeen causing delays back into Norwalk next traffic update less than ten minutes away. WCBS? And.
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"Trip we'll take you about forty five minutes. Now the forecast from the WCBS weather center, mostly cloudy, and humid, the Saturday low tomorrow at a couple of sprinkles of rain and not much variation in temperature due to the quad keffer Seventy-six the high turning out partly cloudy tonight. It'll stay tomato is sixty six. Tomorrow offers improvement intervals of clouds and sunshine is seventy six degrees and Sunday at this point looks nice, mostly sunny and warm, not terribly humid Sunday Cy close to eighty degrees. Clouds humidity. Comeback Monday is seventy eight brain is then likely Monday night and Tuesday right now, it's sixty eight at Oxford seventy five valley street, we stand. It's seventy one degrees bid tat in today's a expected. High chapter at seventy six Bob Larson. Thank you at twelve thirty. More than just the headlines. This is w CBS News Radio eight hundred eighty. Several feet of rain expected in the Carolinas has hurricane Florence makes landfall Paul Manafort agreeing to cooperate in the Russia probe as part of a plea deal today. Washington archbishop Donald world steps down following criticism over his handling of sex abuse cases by priests than sports Yankees started a series at home against the Blue Jays. And the Mets had to Boston to face. The Red Sox seventy-one and cloudy on this Friday September fourteen good afternoon. I'm pat. Have you CBS news time twelve thirty one? CBS news special report Florence has begun her long visit to North Carolina the category. One hurricane made landfall about five hours ago. It's wide and moving slowly North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper, this is going to be a bad storm. So we've got a lot of work ahead of us. CBS news correspondent Mola langey is in Wilmington because this storm is moving. So slowly forecasters say rainfall could set records over the next few days water levels here on the intercoastal, waterway arising and the fear throughout the Carolinas. Is that flooding may become catastrophic famous? Jeff fired says it's too late to evacuate for those in. The storm's path those citizens that did not heed the evacuation warnings. It sounded stay stay where you are do the best. You can't protect yourself and property and your family more than sixty people were pulled out of a motel that had become unstable hundreds of others were rescued CBS. News special report, I'm Wendy Gillette. W CBS news time twelve thirty two. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is cut a deal with prosecutors in order to avoid a second trial the agreement involves cooperating with Robert Muller and his Russia investigation. Manafort, also pleaded guilty to charges related to his Ukrainian political consulting work in the courtroom this morning. Manafort star stared straight ahead as prosecutors read the list of illegal acts to which he is pleading guilty is second trial is scheduled to start or was scheduled to start later. This month cardinal Donald whirl who came under fire for his handling of sex-abuse cases, while serving in Pittsburgh has asked the pope to accept his resignation wordless currently the head of the Washington archdiocese. Pope Francis met with US bishops and cardinals yesterday to discuss the Vatican's response to the sex abuse claims David closely is the former national director of the survivors network. Of those abused by priests or snap for short and says, the pope could do a lot more. Pope is a monarch he has absolute power in the church to do as he pleases and with the stroke of a penny. He could fire and or twenty or thirty bishops tomorrow who are ignoring considering child sex crimes that kind of decisive action is what would send shockwaves through the church hierarchy and would bring reform. The pope has summoned the presidents of bishops conferences from all around the world to come to the Vatican for a February meeting on sex abuse claims WCBS news time, twelve thirty four ficials still don't know what caused the natural gas leaks that led to house explosions all around Lawrence Massachusetts yesterday. Lease thirty nine homes exploded in one man was killed when a chimney toppled onto the vehicle. He was sitting in teams consisting of a police officer firefighter, and a technician from Columbia gas are going door to door today to verify gas meters that have been shut off. Off an NTSB team has also headed to that city CBS Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr says it may be a while though before customers get the power and the gas turn back on nearly they don't wanna do anything until they know what potentially gives a good indication of. What were the failure was? So that they're not just sending a gas and electricity which is a mixture for catastrophe unless they know what? In fact, they've got a good idea what really caused this problem could be days or weeks before cause can be.
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"The highway do you see one of those Ford Mustangs well the ten, million Ford Mustang has been now made the automaker through the actually through itself a party at its headquarters in Dearborn Michigan and the assembly plant where the iconic sports cars made a parade of Mustangs from nineteen sixty four all the way up through. The present, day then received a police escort to join other Mustangs in a formation that spelled. Out ten million Mustang of course the best selling sports car for the last. Fifty years across America for, dot com website has a part. Of its homepage dedicated to the ten, millionth? Mustang. Milestone when I have my midlife crisis. May go with the Mustang I used to have a sixty four really wow get rid of that for was stupid New York City is pumping the brakes on. Ridesharing and approving, a one year freeze on new licences for companies like Uber and Lifts looking at a couple of things one is their impact on. Traffic there's a recent study that came out? That, showed that ridesharing apps like Uber pool maybe adding to congestion buying courage in people who would otherwise take mass transit to get, in a car they also are going to look at the impact Uber lift via the ride sharing services are having on New York City taxi cabs CBS transportation correspondent Kris van cleave New York becomes the first major city to impose this sort of. Legislation right, now about eighty thousand Uber and lifting vehicles operate in New York City compared to. Just fourteen thousand cabs some advice to those who use those online dating websites. Don't set your sights too, high researchers reporting in the journal. Science advances looked at online daters in, four? Large. Cities what they found was that both. Men and women pursued partners about twenty five percent more desirable than themselves as a result hardly anyone reached out to them basically They were trying to date people out of their league and as a result truly desirable individuals were besieged by potential suitors one thirty year old woman. Living in New York received an average of one message every thirty minutes day and night Jim Chenevey CBS news that's a. Lot that would get annoying wouldn't it This guy, again so. What annoys you in the bedroom hang. On now Okay did his survey from the Leesa. Mattress, company they pinpointed several things that our. Significant others do in bed okay that? Drive us crazy Number one is? Arguing ninety two percent of women in ninety percent of men. Say, no fighting in bed That's a good rule Oh arguing zone I think that's a good rule to second place is stealing the covers boy that can get that can get mean talking on the. Phone, that came in third I don't understand that followed by. Eating eating in. Bed. Don't do that okay using your phone or your laptop watching, TV made the list and there were also a couple of gas related. Items on the list burping, was one, in the you know Worth, noting is that of the fourteen items on this list every single one. Of them annoyed women more, than men Really Six. Fifty five without comment are. LD we have traffic and weather together on the aids coming. Up how would you spend a thousand? Dollars how'd you like the chance to win a thousand? Dollars you get that at,.
Ivanka Trump blasted for yet another 'tone deaf' response to separation of families at the border
"And, he just. Asked he said, why do you have. Tenders this DACA can't Rick gates testified to. This and not on the prosecutor said well he may, or may not testify that to me is a recovering lawyer That signals to me that they were trying to get their document and and, point out to the judge that will technically could. Get hit by a bus tomorrow and not testify wish to be able to get her. Evidence the prosecution has asked the judge for more leeway to submit evidence of manafort's lavish spending saying it's directly relevant to the, charges judge TESL ES rebuked the prosecution team yesterday for relying on, photographs of expensive rugs and clothes and noted that it's not. A crime to be wealthy Manafort. Is accused of taking millions of dollars from Ukrainian clients than hiding the money from the IRS Ivanka Trump is coming out publicly against family, separations at the border the president's oldest daughter and senior. Adviser tells, axios said it was a low point for the administration that was a low point from as well I, feel, very strongly about that and and. I am very vehemently against family separation Jio also says she's does not believe that. The media is the enemy of the people breaking with one of her father's frequent labels for the press w CBS news time. One thirty three the TSA is thinking about cutting security screenings at smaller airports to save money, CBS transportation correspondent Kris van cleave says there is plenty. Of criticism I was just talking to a Senate staffer who says their office is is already looking. At this and deciding what kind of oversight whether it's a letter. To the administrator or call for hearings what they need to do to find out more about this process but certainly congress would oppose it the. Airlines would be likely to oppose, it pilots and flight attendants unions would oppose it They'd likely. Push back from the cities in. The airports TSA documents show the cutback could save one hundred fourteen million dollars a year CBS has hired two law firms to handle the investigation into accusations that CEO les Moonves says sexually harassed several, women CBS correspondent Anna Werner has the, update the board announced last night that former securities and Exchange Commission chair and former federal prosecutor, Mary Jo White and former federal prosecutor Nancy Kassebaum will. Lead a full investigation of the allegations in recent press reports about, moon vez CBS news. And cultural, issues at all levels of CBS CBS won't release its earnings report after the market closed his today the founder of Papa John's says he is. Misunderstood and he believes he can once. Again be the face and voice of the, pizza chain CBS correspondent Steve Kathan has the story we really heard. The last,.
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"Amanda garra. I'm Scott SAM's this is the KRLD? Morning news thank you for, being with us this morning top story at the bottom of the hour Houston police. Searching for a killer CBS news update police in Texas have identified. A suspect, in the murder of a prominent heart surgeon. Last month but they don't know where he is Houston police. Chief art ASA Vado, says a man hunt, is underway for sixty two year old Joseph Pappas. Dangerous she's armed he's capable and have you spot him call my one have you seen, them at any time the last couple of days please call nine one one. Right away at least believe Pappas shot and killed Dr Mark house connect while he was riding his bicycle home from work chief says they believe Pappas was out for revenge suspects mother was a patient. Of the doctor and died during surgery over twenty years ago Appears that this may be a twenty year old grudge this. Man held. Lee say they got a tip that led them. To Pappas then. Found evidence tying him to the. Murder when they searched his home yesterday Dr. House can act at also treated former President, George, h.w Bush CBS news update I'm Deborah, Rodriguez judge has drastically, reduced bond for the Richardson a man who was accused of killing his three-year-old, daughter Wesley Matthews bond was two and a, quarter, million dollars. Now it's about, one million route delegators is his attorney says it might. Still be difficult. To scrape, together that money Matthews is facing multiple charges including capital. Murder is accused of smothering his adopted? Daughter Sharon than hiding her, body in a culvert near the family home she was found several days after the. Family had, reported her missing Matthew's wife Cindy is facing a charge. Of endangering, a child she hasn't been able to scrape. Up her bond and an attorney is not likely to try and get it reduced A worker at North Texas jail is facing charges after he's accused of sexually harassing some inmates Kyle Thomas was arrested in, Collin county and booked into the same jail where, he worked authorities say he inappropriately. Touched inmates over their clothes and made comments of a sexual, nature they're reportedly for victims who tell investigators this harassment. Happened between April June of this year Thomas is facing. Four, counts of improper sexual activity. With a person in custody his bond is set at twenty thousand dollars Kristen Wisel NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD TSA's, clothing plan that would save money by ending passengers screenings at one hundred fifty smaller airports across the country a relatively small. Ones that have relatively new commercial flights in and out of airports. Maybe Brownsville, Texas Yuma Arizona for example even still CBS Transportation. Safety analyst Mark Rosenberger says they would have to be something in the way of passenger screening there would still be Security just wouldn't be to the, level of what we see with the federal system of TSA they would have to bring in something that would enable. Them. To secure those that are flying from those airport TSA is trying to downplay this and, saying there's been no decision made to eliminate screenings at any airborne we are learning. More about the duck boat tragedy near, Branson according to information from the US coastguard the. Duck boat that sake in Missouri nearly two weeks ago was only supposed to. Be out water in wins below thirty five. Miles per hour and waves below two feet federal investigators say winds were about seventy miles per hour in ways were four to six feet at, the time of the tour boat accident that left seventeen dead that is CBS correspondent. Jim Krasula, a, new, study, has identified, the best jobs to have in. Today's so-called gig economy CBS correspondent Bill Rakoff so what is it gig worker anyway. Jobs that are contrary Act basis independent contracting freelance and anything that's. On a project sort of basis career cast Kyle Kensington says via Skype among the best jobs out there for independent workers or accounting application software developer and management analyst specialization skill set that's required for these jobs and it's the fact that you can use that skill set. To basically pop in and out of organizations that need that sort of on ages one time basis Bill Rakoff CBS news all right I just saw something that's. Trending today online and. We have that coming up for you it's kind of scary Starbucks starting to deliver yeah Starbucks my wife will never. Leave the house well if you want, to.
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"We're following people are continuing to step up. For the family of Kevin Quinn go fund me Page for, the former marine who was. Killed in a head on car. Crash on the Cape over the weekend has now topped one hundred thirty three thousand dollars Kevin Quinn was returning home from visiting his wife CARA and their newborn, baby daughter Logan a Cape Cod hospital early Saturday when his SUV was involved in. A head on collision with a vehicle being pursued by police that, vehicle crossed the center, line the driver of the other car a man from Fall River died instantly. His passenger a woman from New. Bedford is now. Suffering life threatening injuries that crash remains, under, active investigation at TSA. Surveillance program is now under the microscope after revelations it tracks information about Americans who are not suspected of any crime the latest. Now from WBZ's Ben Parker. Thousand ten, the transportation security administration's been using a program dubbed quiet skies to monitor behaviors the ACLU and a. Tweet says such village not only makes no sense they call it a waste of taxpayer money that. Raises constitutional concerns Former NTSB chairman and now CBS Transportation Safety analyst Mark Rosen curve doesn't think it's a bad thing these types of behavioral observations on board an aircraft that should. Remain a secret so that those, that wish to do harm can try. To break. Code on it so no I have no problem with TSA. Keeping these kinds of behavioral activities secret story first reported by the Boston Globe says marshals have, reportedly complained about the program not being an effective use of their. Time or TSA resources Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten, thirty President Trump is bring up the issue, of the border wall and once. Again he's also threatening to shut, down the government in order to get. It that story coming up in about five minutes here on WBZ Right now traffic and weather together WBZ news time eleven thirty three we begin, with the Subaru retailers, of New England all-wheel-drive. Traffic on the threes here's an update from Jim Ryan while this update is brought to you by Burlington let's take a look. Downtown things in much better shape on the deck just a tap of the brakes right at the entrance to, the lever, connector connector itself hangs up around the garden curve. Storrow drive is in decent shape so is soldiers field road the tab Ted Williams tunnel is also looking pretty good southbound on the expressway clear the entire nine. Miles northbound, is just a bit slow from granite up to Columbia road minimal. Delays on the mass pike in both. Directions approaching, the work the comments overpass one twenty eight northbound is sluggish from Kendrick street up to Highland avenue. Looking good on routes three and twenty four we are seeing delays coming off Cape though that's. Jammed from just, about one thirty up towards the sag Amar big delays there and if you're heading up route twenty eight of the.
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"Like to. See it now The fire only about five percent contained CBS says independent. Members of its board of directors are investigating personal misconduct claims. Reported in, the New Yorker against CEO les Moonves and sixty. Minutes executive producer. Jeff figure CBS's Anna Werner with more on the New Yorker story one woman actor. And producer Ileana Douglas said she met moon Vaz's at, his office for a meeting in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven but claims he asked if she was single then held her down on the couch with her arms above. Her head quote violently, kissing her she described feeling quote like a trapped animal members submits there were, times years ago when. He may have made some women uncomfortable by making advances but says they were mistakes and he regrets them table rock lake. Near Branson Missouri, went from calm to calamitous in a matter of minutes the night abduct boat sank NTSB video and audio recovered from the boat begs fresh questions CBS transportation Safety analyst. Mark Rosen decision was made by somebody and we. Don't know who that. Is to do the water portion of the tour, I and thereby someone recognized and the captain also recognized that there was bad weather coming seventeen people drowned, for years Michael Cohen was Donald Trump's, so-called fixer different story now editor in chief Bob cusak of the. Hill says that Cohen has tapes other than the one he's released that revealed a conversation between then candidate Trump and Cohen about hush money, for a playboy model fact that Michael Cohen, and Trump are now bitter enemies is remarkable and that is something that, I think, is a. Bad sign for the, White House they just don't know what's coming next pope Francis today accepted the resignation of cardinal Theodore McCarrick who's at the, center of a widening sexual abuse scandal McCarrick is the former archbishop of Washington, DC this is CBS news to experience relief from foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief. Get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your. Local farm Ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief ZipRecruiter the smartest way. To.
Regional airlines hurt by worsening pilot shortage
"Blogs stumble upon where can post docs when you need to know what's going on it happened in the fifteen hundred block of east carson's through the weekend caused major headaches promoter at he's pleased with the results of the democratic party committee endorsing significant changes include jarvis do you know who is we're still voice of fits berg newsradio ten twenty katie it is six twenty eight at katie the number of people who are traveling by air those numbers just keep going up and as cbs transportation correspondent kris van cleave reports it comes at a time when the airlines are having a harder and harder time getting pilots yuma arizona largely agricultural region of about two hundred thousand has seen airline departures drop more than fifty percent today the only flights out go to phoenix that phoenix route is operated by a regional carrier just like forty two percent of the nation's air service those smaller airlines are being hurt by pilot retirements and expansion at bigger carriers recent studies predictor shortage of more than fourteen thousand pilots by twenty twenty six so if you're interested in flying now might be the time to consider a career in the cockpit which by the way is an awful lot of fun to do i have a pilot's license believe it or not i had to decide whether i could afford flying or marriage i chose marriage about to say the jury is still out on the decision but to many people know my wife prom night shaven lo hana law firms studios has the voice of pittsburgh from a radio now seventy five in overcast at pittsburgh international at six thirty i'm paul rasmussen black flooding down trees and power lines of very familiar story in the pittsburgh area this summer more severe weather last night to hit fox chapel o'hara and asked milwaukee again all three communities soaked earlier this week katie k atv's lisa washington is there we did the same thing that we did two days ago we drove around this area just to look at some of the damage and what we saw was the same scenario there was lots of debris in asphalt in the road as for dell road is closed in the same location so those people who are coming off route twenty eight hoping to get to fox chapel via della fill road we'll have to make a detour report road is open washington boulevard closed in both directions from allegheny river boulevard to run boulevard sharps berg also hit hard by the storms again this time and in pittsburgh the rep weather was felt mainly in the east end and on the north side many power outages at six am duquesne light reports over ten thousand with the biggest numbers in millville squirrel hill stanton heights in o'hara and first energy has about six hundred eighty customers without service.
FAA orders inspections of more engines like one in deadly Southwest incident
"Broadcast center in spring garden we have fifty degrees going to thirty six degrees overnight days after the emergency landing of a southwest airlines jetliner at philadelphia international the federal aviation administration calls for immediate inspections of some plain engines inspection order is issued by the faa for fan blades on new generation seven 737 jet engines like those on south west plight thirteen eighty inspection is a direct result of the tuesday mid air engine explosion cbs transportation safety analyst mark rosen kurt i am told that this is an inspection that basically is about two hours so they may end up having to put their maintenance crew on some overtime to make sure that all of these aircraft are that are under the air worthiness directive that are examined and to make sure that there are no anomalies within the engines engines with more than thirty thousand total cycles from new must undergo checks within twenty days gary nunn cbs news the racially charged arrest of two black men at a starbucks and your rittenhouse square has dominated headlines for days this weekend community affairs reporter cheri gregg takes an in depth look at racial disparities activists say may have led to the incident he aclu of pennsylvania has been in litigation with the city of philadelphia for eight years over racial disparities and pedestrian stops by police data released this year show that the ninth district where the arrest took place has some of the worst disparity in this city for san residents are african american but sixty seven percent of the people stopped in that area are african american that's aclu deputy legal director mary catherine roper while the city's number of unlawful pedestrian stops have dropped fifty percent over the years they want the city to hone in on.
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"To joint military exercises between the us and south korea and we're no longer insists that american forces exit the korean peninsula the faa today ordered inspections of jet engines on new generation seven thirty sevens like the one that blew apart tuesday on south west flight cbs transportation correspondent kris van cleave this is a rare move by the faa and it affects about one hundred and seventy five planes in the us about three hundred and forty worldwide the emergency order is aimed at airlines like southwest that heavily used their aircraft on a daily basis they will have twenty days to inspect seven thirty sevens with engines that had approximately thirty thousand takeoffs and landings for south west that would be a jet that could be roughly twelve to thirteen years inspectors will be checking microscopic track cracks rather and other signs of petillo that could lead to fan blades breaking off in mid air a deadly e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce is spreading cbs's done dealer at least sixty people have been sickened by e coli tainted lettuce including rob philip from garden city new york they're nice where i've had i've been really nauseous and there's times where i have really bad abdominal pain and terrible cramps the whitening outbreak has prompted the centers for disease control to urge people to throw out any type of romaine lettuce they may have not just the chopped variety and not by any new romaine unless they can be certain it doesn't come from south west era zona ninety percent of the country's supply of romaine lettuce comes from the area around yuma sixteen states are reporting cases of ecoli more charges have been filed against missouri republican governor era greitens he's been charged with a second felony this one stemming from his use of a charity donor list i twenty sixteen campaign and with tampering with computer data she won an oscar for the two thousand ten film black swan decrease really american actress natalie portman says she'll be a no show at the june ceremony in jerusalem or she was to have been awarded the prestigious genesee genesis prize portman says she's shunning the.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey suspends Uber from autonomous testing
"Is clamping down on uber he says the rideshare giant is now suspended from testing itself drawing self driving vehicles in his state after last week's fatal crash involving a pedestrian and a letter to the company do see says video footage from the crash is disturbing an alarming that video shows a human backup driver looking down until just before the vehicle hits elaine hershberg who appears to be crossing the road with a bike cbs transportation correspondent kris van cleave reports the company already stepped back from the program we're responded in a tweet pointing out it had already suspended selfdriving operations in all four cities where it was operating immediately following the accident those cities included toronto pittsburgh and san francisco last week the city of boston asked all self driving vehicle companies to pause they're testing on boston city streets bloomberg business coming up in two minutes on busy everyone is gary lap year i've been speaking for the commonwealth advisory.
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"The thai job with the three atr dispensary in oakland one of the many holding grand openings today kcbs is jim ryan they sell smokable marijuana edible marijuana little marijuana plants there's even marijuana infused coffee now the people who lined up some all night long to be the first to buy this legally say they knew this day would eventually come they're happy that it has they're not happy with a taxes here in oakland more than thirty percent which explains why some analysts expect legalize marijuana to raise as much as one billion dollars in tax revenue in 2018 alone for californian deadly crash of a small plane and costa rica investigation underway in the fact that there were ten american on board in it for an american a built aircraft the ntsb will be invited to participate in this investigation net the we'll be led by the costa rican authority former head of the ntsb cbs transportation safety analyst mark roe khor them a new jersey 16yearold is in custody for the murders of four people they all lived in the same home in long branch monmouth county prosecutor chris grant schone the foreign visuals that were that were killed where his uh uh the sixteen euros to parents his sister and a family friend who lived at the residence evidence once the use of a semi automatic rifle to more head coach is fired from the national football league that's four less than 24 hours since the end of the regular season john fox gone from the chicago bears jim caldwell fired by the detroit lions they joined the raiders jack del rio and chuck mcconnell pagon.
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"Season than last year that despite the fact that gas prices are the highest they've been on the thanksgiving holiday since two thousand fourteen the vast majority of people who travel for thanksgiving derived nearly ninety percent cbs transportation correspondent kris van cleave the divide between alabama and the national republican party has reached new levels as more allegations of sexual conduct have surfaced against gop center candidate roy more the gop is leading voices in congress have called on the seventy year old former alabama judge and a to quit the race more says he has no intentions of backing talked down the wjr news time seven fifty two dea to deal with the toxic workplace environment in your john sexual harassment being bullied whatever there's a workplace harassment and seminar that that's this morning's topic at lawrence technological university as part of wwe jays leader and innovator series presented by p n c bank and here's our murray feldman with a preview by the way you're invited one of our panelists already in the house courtney nicknames such with the firm plunkett cooney and courtney you see a lot of harassment issues and a lot of them start at the middle management level yes that's frequently a problem because oftentimes those individuals have been promo promoted from a position and now they're working with people that used to be their friends or their coworkers they don't have the requisite training whether it's sexual harassment or discrimination training and they just don't want to discipline their bodies so that's a problem so we always tell her clients look there if you're having a cultural or harassment issue in the workplace are just some of what you will hear this morning if you join us if you're on your way to work just.